the war of 1812

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  • Batttle of 1812
  • The war of 1812 was fought by the u.s. against Britain and Ireland, North American colonies and American Indian allies. The Impressment, Native American resistance, Chesapeake-leopard affair and War Hawks are the causes of the war.
  • I'm Oliver Hazard Perry and I'm going to take control of lake Erie for America!
  • Phase 1: Naval Battles and Battle of Thames
  • Between 1812 and 1814, the war against Britain was fought by the Navy. Oliver Hazard Perry took control of lake Erie for America. The end result was that America defeated the British at battle.
  • The British marched on Washington D.C. and destroyed the city and burned the capitol. Fort McHenry sieged and the fort is not taken. Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangles Banner.
  • Destroy the Capitol!!
  • Phase 2: Burning of Washington D.C. and Fort McHenry
  • I'm Francis Scott Key and I wrote the Star Spangled Banner.
  • I'm a war hero!
  • Phase 3: Battle of New Orleans
  • This war was the biggest U.S. victory in the war of 1812. This battle made Andrew Jackson a war hero. There was over 2,000 British deaths and 71 American deaths.
  • Effects of War of 1812
  • Effect #1 American Industry, manufacturing grows
  • Effect #2 Indians are done so we can expand westward
  • Effect #3 prestige, power and respect on worldwide scale
  • Effect #4 sense of nationalism- pride in one's country
  • Effect #5 Federalists meet up secretly in England and the federalist party will be destroyed
  • The war of 1812 cut off America from foreign suppliers. British ships blockaded eastern seaports which led to no foreign goods. Americans began to purchase their goods from American merchants
  • Main Effect of war of 1812
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